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Dejerine-Mouzon syndrome

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French only: Syndrome rare, parfois observé du côte opposé, en cas de lésion de la circonvolution pariétale ascendante. L'inverse du syndrome sensitif cortical de Dejerine, il comprend des troubles des sensibilités douloureuse, thermique et osseuse, et une intégrité de la stéréognosie, du sens des attitudes et de l'aptitude à la localisation et à la discrimination tactile.


  • J. Dejerine, J. Mouzon:
    Un nouveau type de syndrome sensitif cortical observé dan un cas de monoplegie corticale dissociée. Revue neurologique, Paris, 1915, 28: 1265-1271.
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